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Denver-based Ecotech Institute is now taking applications for its new two-year Power Utility Technician degree program focused on training power utility technicians. The program will launch in October.

Ecotech says it designed the Power Utility Technician program to prepare graduates for careers in power generation, with specialization in power plant operations and maintenance. Students will receive hands-on training regarding electric utility distribution systems, grid and smart grid.




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